Congress chief Rahul Gandhi will
visit Chhattisgarh tomorrow to inaugurate the newly-built
office of the party's state unit.
During the visit, Gandhi will also hold meetings with
doctors, traders and senior journalists, a party office-bearer
The Congress president will arrive at Swami Vivekanand
Airport here at around 2.20 pm and head to the party's
newly-built state office 'Rajiv Bhawan' in Shankar Nagar area,
state Congress general secretary Shailesh Nitin Trivedi said.
"During the inaugural ceremony, Gandhi will also flag
off the Jungle Satyagraha campaign of Adivasi Congress in the
state," he said.
He will later hold meetings with the groups of invited
doctors, traders and senior journalists there, Trivedi added.
After taking part in a programme of senior Congress
leaders, MLAs and chiefs of various wings of the party, he
will leave for Delhi in the evening, Trivedi said.
Gandhi had visited poll-bound Chhattisgarh in May this
year, during which he had taken part in several programmes
apart from holding a mega road-show from Durg to Raipur.
Assembly polls are due in Chhattisgarh later this year.(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)